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study guide poem unit Eng.101 - Alliteration: repetition of...

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Alliteration: repetition of sounds Allusion: Anapest:  two unstressed followed by one stressed Apostrophe: poem speaks to something not normally spoken to Archetypes: an original that others are patented off Assonance: repetition of vowel sounds not just repetition of vowels Aubade: A song or instrumental composition concerning, accompanying, or evoking daybreak. A  poem or song of or about lovers separating at dawn.  Ballad: A ballad is a story, usually a narrative or poem, in a song. Normally a short narrative arranged into four line stanzas with a memorable meter. Blank verse: unrhymed, iambic pentameter Cacophony: sounds that are not pleasing to hear Caesura: punctuated pause within the line Closed form: Connotation: Consonance: echoes of consonantal clusters, words with same consonant sounds. Couplet: Dactyl: three syllables, one stressed followed by two unstressed, hopelessly Denotation: Diction: word choice Dimeter: two feet Dramatic irony: Elegy: poem of sorrow End rhyme: words at the end of the line rhyme
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